Laguna de Cancun 5″ roll pattern with 2″ Mayan Wave sashing
Laguna de Cancun comes from the Izapa Stele #25 with addition of a fish design from a pottery artifact and a turtle from Mayan hieroglyphs. Just like hotel murals on the Mayan Riviera, these stylized fish swim directly out of the Izapa Stele #25. Even the waves are part of the original design chiseled hundreds of years ago in Central America. Inspiration from a long pottery fish and hieroglyph turtle add variety to this easy pattern.
With Laguna de Cancun comes Mayan Wave, a flowing textile design found on painted vases and architectural trim of the period.
Patterns designed with smaller machines in mind: Portico Blooms 2 rows of 4.5″; Seafoam4.5″ or Seafoam 2 rows of 4.5″; Spinning Mums 2 rows of 3″; Cactus Flower 2 rows of 5.5″; Cherry Minuet 3 rows of 3″; Int Poinsettia 2 rows of 6″; El Dorado 2 rows of 4.5″; Nature’s Rhythms 2.5″; Jungle Foliage 6″; Laguna de Cancun 5″; Frothy Seas 2 rows of 4.5″; Little Patterns 3″; Ponderosa Pinecone 4.5″; Little Ferns 4″.
Borders designed to double as E2E pantos: Interlocking Tulip Border 5.5″ (as an E2E); Cat’s Meow 6″; Knotty Pine 6″; Ming Sea 6″ w clouds 4″; Chinese Mums 4.5″; Bamboo 5″ (from Panda Bamboo); Americana Birds 6″; Java Batik Bdr 5″; Fishy Business 6” Pictogram; Safari 6” Pictogram; Rainforest 6” Pictogram; DownUnder 6″ Pictogram; Jungle 6” Pictogram; In The Doghouse 6″ Pictogram .
Many are available as PDFs.